Described by the New York Times as “the Italian fashion designer with a gypsy soul,” Roberto Cavalli has forever transformed the fashion industry through his use of flashy, high-end animal prints, printed lightweight leather, and luxurious sandblasted denim. Cavalli’s flagship label combines the flamboyant Florentine’s love of classic shapes and discerning eye for detail with his sensuous, anti-minimalist aesthetic. Oversize leather handbags, tri-color platform shoes, chic aviator sunglasses, and body-hugging jersey dresses in mixed animal prints help women release their inner vixen; for the men, graphic t-shirts and hoodies, premium denim, and chunky watches meld rocker and biker style with European chic. Since debuting his first collection in 1970, Cavalli has built an empire that includes Just Cavalli and his flagship label as well as Class Roberto Cavalli (casual clothing), Angels & Devils (kids’ clothing), perfume, and several eclectic side projects (a café, a nightclub, even a vodka). None of Cavalli’s creations are for the faint of heart — or for the timid of closet.
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Founded in Florence in the early 1960s, Cavalli is a name now synonymous with glam and rock. Roberto Cavalli showed his first collection in 1972 and has since grown into a fashion force that has spanned decades and continents. His materials vary (leather, denim, silk) but the results are most often unforgettable. Today, Roberto Cavalli is distributed in over fifty countries directly through the Roberto Cavalli showrooms Marat Via Senato 8 in Milan and 715 Fifth Avenue in New York. Cavalli is one of the most original, sought-after designers of today as Victoria Beckham, Halle Berry and Jennifer Lopez are just a few of his famous followers. The label is also distributed in upscale department stores like Selfridges, Saks Fifth Avenue, Harvey Nichols, Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Harrods, and is now, Gilt Groupe.
The last thing you put on, the first thing they see.